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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    The Sydney market is still booming , especially the St. George areas and surrounds , it's near impossible to buy any decent house under a million , I had a few sales last year go 3 and 4 hundred thousand over reserve , I think this year will be the same , a new 3br unit in my suburb sold on xmas eve for $1.2
    It's good for us.
    Getting too expensive for renters, though. I've never seen so many "for lease" signs around. They're all over. Houses that is.
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    About 400-450

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    About 500k, we are a fair bit out of the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    It's good for us.
    Getting too expensive for renters, though. I've never seen so many "for lease" signs around. They're all over.
    The rental market in our area has dropped as everyone is buying, which is why you will see more properties available, the rents have actually gone down slightly

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    Ranges from $450K to $900K out here in Perth's Eastern suburbs (although a few properties selling at the moment have more bedrooms/bathrooms and are going for up to $1.6M). Lots of big blocks.

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    The cheapest advertised 4 bedroom home in our suburb is $1.1M.

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    I am in country Victoria and the average for a new 4 bedroom home is about $300000

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    We live in country Vic. 5 bedroom house on 200 acres for $200k. Our closest town is 10k away and you can get a 4 bedroom under $100k.

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    There aren't any in my suburb. Not a one. In surrounding suburbs there are a couple and they are both around the 1.7 million mark. Even 3 beds, there were only 4 for sale and they are all in the upper 900's. That's only houses I didn't include apartments.

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    $865k, but there are huge variances between older post war homes, renovated homes and brand new homes that have knocked down the old home and rebuilt. No vacant land near me.
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